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Five-sibling band plays gorgeous cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” for viral attention

November 17th, 2020

Fleetwood Mac’s songs are fantastic at covering a wide range of human emotions.

Their albums unite different genres and feelings to offer solace and happiness to the listeners. Because of that, any Fleetwood Mac track is a pure piece of art. Their songs are classics, each one a distinctive piece of music.

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When you cover a classic, you should do it justice or don’t tackle it at all.

Luckily, these New Yorkers knew exactly what they were doing and their version of “Dreams” quickly went viral. Infinity Song is a sibling band made up of three sisters and two brothers working magic together. Formed in 2014 in New York City, Infinity Song is a unique band that offers a fresh perspective on some of the most popular songs in music history.

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At first, Abraham, Angel and Victory Boyd performed acoustic covers and sang along to them.

Israel and Thalia Boy, the two younger siblings, joined in later to complete the band. With the whole family playing as one, the band was finally able to offer rich harmonies.

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These five talented musicians were raised by parents who are also involved in music, and they always encouraged their children’s creative expression.

Still, this group does more than just sing songs—these brothers and sisters also write their songs, play several instruments, arrange and produce their music!

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Infinity Song’s first EP came out in 2015, and just a year later they were signed to Roc Nation Records.

For those who don’t know the history, “Dreams” is Fleetwood Mac’s only number-one single in the United States, and it’s a song from their eleventh studio album Rumours, released in 1977. “Dreams” sold over a million copies worldwide.

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Thanks to TikTok, the popular track was revived in late 2020 when Nathan Apodaca uploaded a video of him skateboarding and “vibing to Fleetwood Mac.”

The video garnered over 50 million views worldwide, and you can check it out here. Suddenly, everyone remembered the awesome song, and it even re-entered charts in certain countries. These five siblings created a soulful version, adding a little bit of their original charm to the song. It resulted in one of the best Fleetwood Mac covers we’ve ever heard!

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Just listen carefully at moment 1:56—the note they hit is so impressive!

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The guitar and smooth, silky vocals will give you goosebumps.

We see this as an excellent example of what musicianship should sound like. The end product is about music, and also about having fun during the creative process. The Infinity Song members are obviously having a blast, and their joy makes you fall into an introspective vibe while remembering a hit song that everyone loves.

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Israel’s vocals on the outro are so tender, but they all have a talent that deserves to be known.

Even so, the group has already done impressive things—going all the way from busking to sharing a stage with Kanye West, Jon Batiste, Tori Kelly, and many more.

The story of Infinity Song begins with their street performances all around NYC.

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They could be seen in Central Park and on the NYC subway stations.

After gaining widespread recognition, they were featured on national television and have toured the United States.

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The group members described their debut album Mad Love as an homage to special people in their lives.

The video was viewed more than a hundred thousand times, and 37,600 fans are subscribed to Infinity Song’s official YouTube channel.

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We wish them the best of luck—they already have all other assets going for them!

Watch the full performance in the link below:

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Source: YouTube/Infinity Song

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